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Taliban team arrives in Kabul to monitor prisoner release

WorldNews Wednesday, 1 April 2020
Taliban team arrives in Kabul to monitor prisoner releaseKABUL: A three-member Taliban technical team arrived on Tuesday in the Afghan capital to monitor the release of their prisoners as part of a peace deal signed by the Taliban and the US, a spokesman for the insurgent group said. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid confirmed the team’s arrival in a tweet. It marked the first time a Taliban delegation has been in Kabul since the group was driven out by the...
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